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Rugby World Cup 2019: Time to press restart on Ireland’s fading era

So, Ireland bow out with not so much as a whimper but a limp shrug of the shoulders. After a night that showcased the dispassionate excellence of New Zealand – devastatingly simple, ruthless, cold-blooded – the Irish head home with the haunting familiarities of the past in their rearview mirror. This was meant to be the …

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Chasing Waves on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

In the 1970s and 80s, the California surfer and writer Kevin Naughton and the photographer Craig Peterson traveled the globe “Endless Summer”-style searching for perfect waves. When they arrived in Ireland, with its friendly locals and powerful, mostly empty waves, amid a landscape of stone walls and ruins, Mr. Naughton …

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